Now i’m lost in this hole and i’m sure i am stuck,
and i cant run away ‘cause i’m lazy as fuck.
And i sit on the floor as i gather my thoughts,
and their full of broken promises that only piss me off.
Well i lost control when i was only a boy.
The world taught me angst when i deserved joy.
This is the best part of the damn movie! xD
I love it when cats have this reaction to things, it’s just like, “HUMAN, EXPLAIN THIS BULLSHIT.”
Hatchet 2 (2010)
I’m in debt, I regret
And I haven’t won the lottery yet
Hatchet III (2013)
Favorite Horror Film Characters
#26. Victor Crowley from the Hatchet series.
Victor Crowley is the primary character in the Hatchet series. He first appeared in Hatchet as the vengeful spirit of a deformed man who was tragically killed by his father on Halloween night. Victor Crowley was conceived through an affair involving his father, Thomas, and Lena, the nurse of his terminally ill wife, Shyann. When Shyann Crowley learned of her husband’s infidelity she placed a curse on the unborn Victor just before she died. As a result of the curse Victor was born horribly disfigured, and Lena died the moment she laid eyes on him. Thomas raised Victor lovingly despite his deformity, and kept him hidden from the outside world to keep other children from tormenting him. Many years later, Sampson Dunston, his brother, and another teenager named Trent Graves, went to the Crowley house on Halloween and tried to scare Victor out of the house with firecrackers so they could see him. Other teenagers were Sampson’s friend Bob and Clive Washington (who would later go by Rev. Zombie) whom both decided not to go. Instead the house caught fire with Victor locked inside. The children fled as Thomas returned home. Desperate to save his son, Thomas attempted to break through the door with a hatchet, but Victor had his head pressed against the door in a panic to escape. Thomas broke through the door and hit Victor in the face, killing him.
Following the accident, Thomas became reclusive and depressed, and years later he died of a broken heart. After Thomas’s death, people began disappearing when entering the area surrounding the Crowley house. Victor Crowley had resurrected as a vengeful spirit, trapped in the night that he died. Every night he wanders the swamp, crying out for his father, and brutally killing anyone that he comes across. Victor Crowley since became a legend in Louisiana. Locals do not dare to enter the swamp, for those who have never returned.
The staff at ArieScope Pictures find themselves dealing with a horrifying dilemma after Adam Green rents a coffin for a special “15th Anniversary Halloween Party” and the strange man who drops it off insists that under no circumstances does he want the coffin returned to him. Little do they know that the reason the man does not want his coffin back is far more terrifying/adorable than even this group of seasoned horror movie filmmakers is prepared for.
This short film is based off of reality, when Adam was delivered a coffin for Digging Up The Marrow, and the seller refused to take payment, and also didn’t want it back.
This is Ariescope Picture’s 15th annual Short Film.